Declan McKenna has rescheduled his ‘Zeros’ UK tour, including a new London date

The crown prince of indie pop will hit the road this August and September.
Photo credit: Rachel Kiki / Dork

Crown prince of indie pop Declan McKenna has announced rescheduled dates for his UK tour, supporting last year’s slam dunk album ‘Zeros’.

As well as rescheduling the already announced dates, he’s added an extra show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. What a love.

The run now kicks off on 23rd August in Cambridge, before taking in Oxford, Bournemouth, two nights in Glasgow, Newcastle, Liverpool, Nottingham, Leicester, Cardiff, two nights in Manchester, Norwich, two nights at London’s Brixton Academy, Leeds, Sheffield and Bristol. It’ll then finish off in Birmingham on 24th September.

Information on rescheduled dates for European shows – including Dec’s Irish dates – will be coming ‘at a later date’.

The run now reads:

23 Cambridge, The Junction – SOLD OUT
24 Oxford, O2 Academy
25 Bournemouth, O2 Academy
31 Glasgow, SWG3 Galvanizers – SOLD OUT

1 Glasgow, SWG3 Galvanizers – SOLD OUT
4 Newcastle, City Hall
6 Liverpool, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
7 Nottingham, Rock City – SOLD OUT
9 Leicester, O2 Academy
10 Cardiff, Cardiff University Great Hall – SOLD OUT
13 Manchester, Albert Hall – SOLD OUT
14 Manchester, Albert Hall – SOLD OUT
16 Norwich, UEA – SOLD OUT
17 London, O2 Academy Brixton – SOLD OUT
18 London, O2 Academy Brixton
20 Leeds, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
21 Sheffield, O2 Academy
23 Bristol, O2 Academy – SOLD OUT
24 Birmingham, O2 Academy

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